Los Angeles prosecutor-turned-judge Burton Katz has signed on to host a new daily legal affairs show for MSNBC, the all-news cabler is expected to announce this week.
The 49th Berlin Intl. Film Festival (Feb. 10-21) will present Shirley MacLaine with a Golden Bear for Lifetime Achievement on Feb. 18 in Berlin.
Writer/director James Toback, who just wrapped Palm Pictures' "Black and White," has signed on to helm Bigel/Mailer Films and Rotholz Pictures' "Love in Paris."
In an effort to expand its West Coast operations and services, Cine Magnetics Video & Digital Laboratories announced Tuesday it is moving its L.A. area offices out of Culver City and into a larger…
Artists Management Group, the newly named management/production banner that former CAA topper Michael Ovitz will run with Rick Yorn and Julie Silverman Yorn, is coming closer to reality and is…
Artistic License Films has picked up "Dancemaker," Matthew Diamond's documentary about choreographer Paul Taylor.
MSNBC is close to inking a new three-year deal with morning man Don Imus -- shutting down efforts by CNN and Fox News Channel to lure away the Gotham-based shock jock. Sources say the all-news cabler…
Oscar-nominated film, theater and television costume designer Enrico Sabbatini, who specialized in historical productions and worked extensively both in his native Italy and in Hollywood, died Nov…
Barry Diller's TV group Home Shopping Network and Scandinavian Broadcasting System (SBS) offered $75 million to buy the totality of Italy's Rete Mia TV network, Italian daily paper La Repubblica…
Unhindered by the bugs that bedeviled its domestic debut, "Babe: Pig in the City" notched an impressive international preem in Singapore this past weekend, while "Mulan" captivated France, Belgium…
T. Coraghessan Boyle, who wrote "The Tortilla Curtain," "Budding Prospects" and "Riven Rock," will read from his 700-page "Collected Stories" tonight at the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles.